The Team Principal and CEO of Red Bull Racing began his motorsport career behind the wheel, working his way up to Formula 3000 before swapping the cockpit for a different driving seat – as the boss of his own team. Horner led Red Bull to its first Drivers’ and Constructors’ double in 2010, taking another three consecutive title doubles from 2011-2013.

Though the team continued to win races, the arrival of hybrid power in F1 in 2014 marked the end of Red Bull Racing’s first period of dominance. However, Horner once again led the team back to championship glory in 2021, with Max Verstappen winning his first Drivers’ crown and the team’s ninth title. Horner now stands as Formula 1’s longest serving Team Principal.


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3 F1 Fan comments on “Christian Horner at the Cambridge Union interview

  1. ReallyOldRacer

    I would read the transcript but I can't sit through 56 min interview, so I scanned it. What I heard sounds like boiler plate stuff. Horny sounds quite reasonable when he is away from the doc halo.

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  2. S A R

    Disingenuous. Horner has already admitted Masi made an error. Mercedes didn't need to react in the way RB did. Merc just needed Masi to apply the rules.

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  3. S A R

    Disingenuous--he conveniently omits things that didn't go Merc's way, like Max crashing his car on top of Lewis's head in Monza and Max escaping a blatant penalty for his defending in Brazil

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